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Ok. I'm kinda new to c2d business. I just got it put together last night and I wanna try OCing it. I can't seem to find CPU FSB in bios, I see the multiplier and Vcore however. Am I blind?

In addition, my CPUZ goes crazy I think, cuz the CPU multi chages from x6 to x9 on it, thats really strange. Any thoughts? Also, on CPUZ, the voltage changes from 1.18 to 1.3. Is it something wrong with my CPUZ?
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No, you just have to disable a few things in BIOS, they make ur muiltlypies and Vcore change.
    
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Ok. I'm kinda new to c2d business. I just got it put together last night and I wanna try OCing it. I can't seem to find CPU FSB in bios, I see the multiplier and Vcore however. Am I blind?

In addition, my CPUZ goes crazy I think, cuz the CPU multi chages from x6 to x9 on it, thats really strange. Any thoughts? Also, on CPUZ, the voltage changes from 1.18 to 1.3. Is it something wrong with my CPUZ?
From your bios

TM2 disabled
C1E disabled
PCIe 100mhz not "AUTO"

****I think gigabytes fsb is set to "AUTO" you may over look it b/c of that..Set your CPU CLOCK to "MANUAL" and that will then show you your "CPU host frequency" and you can adjust from there..

CPUz i going crazy b/c of your throttle protection...it will adjust the cpu speed, and multi..also set your vcore, don't leave it at manual it too will adjust itself..(TM2 and C1E should be disabled)
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for cooling i suggest this..

http://www.scythe-usa.com/product/cp...scnj1100p.html

idk where you live, so i just got this from their website...i have seen those sell for as low at $40...i hear they are great coolers..maybe one of the best air coolers around..


Looking forward to your new board man...let us know how things turn out..good luck
Is this the same cooler, has some decent reviews

http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?quicklinx=3XYD.

Also which mobo is better a gigabyte or asus for overclocking me e4300.
    
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Is this the same cooler, has some decent reviews

http://www.dabs.com/productview.aspx?quicklinx=3XYD.

Also which mobo is better a gigabyte or asus for overclocking me e4300.
That is the same cooler..

Seems to me that the Gigabytes have less problems....Asus does have a few more features...If i had it to do all over again, I would still stay with the 965P-S3...
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